FUFA Big League – Rwenzori Group (Wednesday Result):
Proline 9-0 Bumate United
Proline Football Club condemned Bundibugyo based Bumate United to a 9-0 drubbing over Star Times Stadium astro surface, Lugogo in arguably the biggest victory of the FUFA Big League in recent times.
FUFA Big League current top scorer Ivan Bogere grabbed the opportunity with open hands to extend his personal goal tally to 13 goals, with a
quadruple on the sunny evening.
Former Buddo S.S stylish midfielder Hakim Kiwanuka netted a brace with the rest of the goals coming from Bright Anukani, Ibrahim Bonyo and Sam ‘Tiyo’ Kintu apiece.
The goal galore commenced as early as the third minute when Bogere poked home the opener.
When the second goal arrived in the 41st minute from Bogere again, the writing was well spelt out on the wall that Bumate United, who are already relegated would be destined for a killer.
Bonyo ensured that he joins the goals’ feast with his individual strike minutes after Bogere’s second as the half time ended 3-0.
Kiwanuka quickly registered his brace come the 54th and 59th minutes, making it 5-0.
Usual suspect Anukani further condemned Bumate United with the 6th goal 16 minutes away from the climax.
Bogere’s hat-trick was confirmed in the 83rd minute before the quadruple was stamped 5 minutes later.
Midfielder Kintu, a rare party in the goal scoring business also joined the fun party with the final nail in the already sealed coffin for Bumate United.
The massive victory for the Blue and yellow stripped club, coached by Shafik Bisaso consolidates their top status quo aloft the Rwenzori group with 37 points.
Proline is now four points ahead of Felix Kawooya Ssekabuuza’s Kiboga Young who visit Kireka United at Mandela National Stadium on Thursday.
Bumate United has not acquired any point and will miserably depart the FUFA Big League with heads down.
Meanwhile, the FUFA Big League returns on Thursday, 18th April 2019 with an avalanche of games lined up on the menu.
Third on the Rwenzori group log, Kansai Plascon visit Lugogo to engage another relegated Ntinda United.
Masinde based Dove hosts Water at the Katushable play ground.
Meanwhile, in the Elgon group, leaders Wakiso Giants make a trip over 300KM to Nebbi to play debutants Nebbi Central.
Kyetume play UPDF at the Nakisunga Ssaza play ground, Kataka is at home against Entebbe in Mbale and Light S.S will face Bukedea Town Council in Amuria.
Three clubs will be promoted to the Star Times Uganda Premier League when the FUFA Big League winds down in May.
The top club per group (Elgon and Rwenzori) will automatically book their berth in the highest tier league of the country.
The third club is always determined a promotional play off, normally staged at Lugogo where four teams are considered to first play a semi-final before the main championship finale.
Thursday, 18th April 2019
Ntinda United Vs Kansai Plascon – Star Times Stadium, Lugogo
Kireka United Vs Kiboga Young – Mandela National Stadium
Dove Vs Water – Katushabe Play ground, Masindi
Kataka Vs Entebbe – CRO San Siro Play ground, Mbale
Nebbi Central Vs Wakiso Giants – Nebbi Ground
Kyetume Vs UPDF – Nakisunga Ssaza play ground
Light S.S Vs Bukedea Town Council – Amuria Play ground
Saturday, 20th April 2019:
Elgon Group: Amuka Bright Stars Vs Bukedea Town Council – UTC Play ground, Lira
Rwenzori Group: Kitara Vs Kabale Sharp – Kigaya Play ground, Hoima
Ivan Bogere (Proline) – 13 Goals
Bright Anukani (Proline) – 10 Goals
Ibrahim Nsimbe (JMC Hippos) – 9 Goals
George Ssenkaaba (Kitara) – 8 Goals
Peter Lumoro (Kiboga Young) – 7 Goals
Henry Kitegenyi (Kansai Plascon) – 7 Goals
Abdallah Ssenyonga (Kira United) – 7 Goals
Robert Sentongo Junior (Kansai Plascon) – 6 Goals
Jamil Nvule Kisitu (Kiboga Young) – 6 Goals
Bright Haguma (Dove) – 5 Goals